ESPN's Scouts, Inc. has released a pre-season list in which they try to nail down the 200 best players currently in the National Football League. If we told you that one Buffalo Bills player made the list - and you hadn't already read our headline - you probably would've correctly guessed that Kyle Williams made the cut.
Williams makes the list as the league's 37th-best player, trailing just three defensive tackles: Baltimore's Haloti Ngata, San Francisco's Justin Smith and New England's Vince Wilfork. Scouts, Inc. praises Williams' short-area playmaking ability and quickness, and likes the fact that he's a disruptive player that has added new elements to his game over the years.
As we mentioned, Williams is the only Bills player to make the cut (and does so easily). There are, however, several ex-Bills on the list, including tackle Jason Peters (No. 55), cornerback Antoine Winfield (No. 63), safety Donte Whitner (No. 117), and linebackers London Fletcher (No. 138), Takeo Spikes (No. 157) and Paul Posluszny (No. 160). We suspect that many of you will express surprise regarding two of those former Bills, at minimum.
Who from Buffalo's current roster do you think merits consideration on this list, aside from Williams?